Deadly bacteria may be unstoppable

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The story uses the records of reported cases of Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, especially those cases reported at the University of Virginia Medical Center and the cases reported this summer at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center just outside of Washington, D.C.

The computer skills the reporter needed to use in order to produce this story was ability to understand medical reports filed by the CDC and be able to create many graphics that are engaging to the readers.

The organization used online tools such as video, colorful diagrams to represent how the disease grows and where in your body it grows and the various treatment stages of the disease.

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